I really enjoyed this build using the Corsair Air 540 case made things much easier <3 The System was Built Using an Intel i7-6700K, Gigabyte G1 Z170x Gaming 7 and SLI ASUS GTX 970 Turbo Cards, Thermaltake Riing RGB Fans 3x120mm and 3x 140mm (replaced H110i GTX Cooler Fans with these) and Deepcool remote RGB LED strips. PSU (HX1000i) was connected using CableMods Full PSU Sleeved cable replacement kit (White). All Components where chosen based off of their Colour and of course performance was also a factor.
System Was built up over around 6months so some of the prices are older and more costly ;) Because of the time taken to build and cost restraints i had to buy two GTX 970s months a part instead of one 980ti as to note a 980Ti does not come in the version of card and the turbos where the exact look i was going for!!
I could not get the White/Red Super Luce RAM at the time I ordered the RAM but I plan to change it.
Note: Ignore the incompatibility warning on PCPP with this build, as i'm using SATA M.2 SSDs they only shut off one SATA 6G Port per M.2 installed, not 2 ports like the PCIe M.2 SSDs.
Update I have now ordered the correct RAM the White\RED version of the Super Luce Modules :) YAY
Update 2: I've added the new White/Red Super Luce modules and they really do fit in perfect ;)
Update 3: 14/06/2016, Added two Black white Modules for the overall look :) and an unnecessary 48GB RAM total mind you I got them on clearance :)
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Love this cooler does a really great job of cooling making plenty of headroom to OC, love the ability to change the LED colour so I could match it to my system and the software works just great after the last update. The only thing I did is swap out the included fans (they get noisy not that I care) for the Thermaltake RGB RIING fans to colour match the system and they appear to have good airflow through the radiator. So as far as AIO Liquid coolers go this one is one of the top.
Wireless Network Adapter
Was quite excited to test this card out but I was disappointed quickly finding out after I purchased this that unlike the ASUS AC68 this card will not see the Higher Channels of my AC3200 Router. So on the lower channels I get reasonable throughput but not what I should be, as the lower channels are more congested from the other lower end AC WiFi devices. only getting 400Mbps in one room away with these channels. The Intel Wireless-AC 7260 in my media PC in the same roon gets 400Mbps on the lower channels but on my higher channel on my router it gets its 867Mbps and out performs this card, very bad design by TP-Link next time ill pick up the ASUS AC68. Possible Firmware fix as is uses the same Chip as the ASUS but none have been released. My Router is a D-Link DIR-890L.